Charles Dickens has no idea what he’s created. This holiday season, in the United States alone, dozens of stage adaptations of A Christmas Carol will be performed across hundreds of venues.Read More
Drama Queen has been hard at work designing the graphics for Stage Right's individual shows.Read More
Our new responsive website design makes it easy to visualize how your design will look on anything from a tee shirt to a marquee.Read More
Dignity's publicity materials represent an alternative way to build a visual identity that communicates who you are and what makes you unique...even if you don't have an awesome logo.
I heart Bat Boy: The Musical. I saw it Off-Broadway many moons ago and found it absolutely delightful. It’s campy, scary, irreverent, wonderfully melodic and just plain fun. It’s like Ru Paul’s Drag Race with fangs, less glitter and no tucking.Read More
We were invited to help Steele Spring Theatrical Licensing & Royalties re-brand themselves as Steele Spring Stage Rights.Read More
Reviews and word-of-mouth matter, but a patron’s decision is also influenced by what he/she sees: posters, signs, newspaper ads, brochures, and web site. With theaters competing harder than ever for audiences, you need to stand out.Read More
So, Mister Potential Audience Man is standing in Starbucks, waiting for his soy latte, and sees your poster in the window. If the poster is visually arresting, he thinks to himself: “Hmmm…I wonder what that is?” Contact is made. Step 1 is accomplished. It’s time to move on to…Read More
You’re producing Love Valour Compassion complete with naked bodies and a little onstage whoopee, and who is seated in the front row of the first Sunday matinee? A nice group of church-going ladies. They have no idea what they are in for. It’s Easter-time and they think they're about to see the sequel to The Greatest Story Ever Told. They’re totally psyched.Read More
Drama Queen Graphics is thrilled to have won two 2013 Design Awards for Graphics at AACTFest, the association’s national conference in Indianapolis.Read More
To mark my ten year anniversary, the college is producing an exhibition of my work. This is an incredible honor and I’d like to thank the voters, my agent, Harvey Weinstein and Lena Dunham.Read More
William Inge’s 1953 classic Picnic, is about more than a hot man without a shirt, but the viewing public doesn’t really care.
Written in 2003, this play centers on a writer who creates gruesome stories featuring the violent deaths of children. Think the Brothers Grimm on acid.Read More
Our poster design features a childhood portrait of the two brothers set in a broken frame. The image represents their past while the shattered glass alludes to the current conflict between the characters.Read More
If you’re familiar with the show (which revolves around the magical transformation of Peter’s wife Rita into an old man), you know that in one pivotal scene Peter kisses the old man in order to regain his youthful (and female) wife. And so the frog literally symbolizes the old man.Read More